The bathroom floor unfortunately deserves a post of its own. Whomever installed the tile, did a good job. The flooring tile pried off fairly easily with a hammer and a crowbar. Underneath was a thick layer of adhesive plaster that the tile was set in. It was level and seemed to have been poured as one side was thicker than the other. Under the plaster was a thick layer of plywood. The trouble with that is that it was nailed and screwed down in random constellations. You could not see where the nails/screws were because they were covered in the white plaster. It took about FOUR hours demo day five to pry up the floor and it came up in small splinters. We still have a corner to go over by the toilet (the tub is going to push back against the taller corner wall.
|The bathroom floor with tile being removed|
|Tile removed, down to adhesive|
|Prying up the plywood sandwich|